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  1. #1
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    How to make an affiliate link to wal-mart book by isbn? I tried to find solutions on linkshare, but failed.

    Any help would be appreciated!! Thank you so much.
    Q

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    The only way would be if walmart provides with the advanced linking option on the create links page.

    Mario Rodriguez

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    So, basically you are saying there is no way to do so? What a shame of wal-mart to ignore it. I have emailed them two emails in the last 4 days and got no response at all. It seems they don't care at all.

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    There are alternatives to wal-mart books. Amazon and Barnes & Nobe are the obvious. But there is also Powells, an independent bookstore. I think a little research will find others as well.

    Lily

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    I know bookstores, believe me. But Wal-mart sometimes does have better price on some items and I want to give my customers more alternatives and better price.

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